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“Flying Lessons & Other Stories,” Edited by Ellen Oh

So, have you heard the one about…? Of course you have. You’re all over social media. You know what’s going on; sometimes it feels like you’ve heard it all, and maybe you have. Now in “Flying Lessons & Other Stories,” ...

“My Brown Baby” by Denene Millner

Raising a child is quite a challenge.

Black Wealth Coach Shares 31 Days of Money, Wealth and Abundance Affirmations in Her New Book “Attracting the Best”

Dr. Cozette M. White, announced today that she is holding a Virtual Book Launch for her new book, Attracting The Best. The event will be held on Facebook, Wednesday, March 15, 2017, from 7pm to 9pm EST.

One of a Kind Children’s Adventure Book Series Helps Black Youth Understand Their Unique Roots

Haunted by headlines of slavery, Black on Black crime, and recent police shootings, the Demarcus Jones adventure book series is a breath of fresh air for Black youth. Layered with stories of ancient African civilizations and diaspora world contributions, this ...

“Madame President: The Extraordinary Journey of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf” by Helene Cooper

Your friends follow what you have to say. Whether on social media or otherwise, they listen to you and understand, ask your opinion, seek your wisdom, and look to your lead. With them, you live a good life. Have followers ...

“Spy on History: Mary Bowser and the Civil War Spy Ring” by Enigma Alberti & Tony Cliff

You’ve seen a lot of things you weren’t supposed to see. Some might call you “snoopy.” Others might say you’re “nosy,” but you understand that keeping your eyes open, finding information, and knowing what you’re not supposed to know can ...

New Book the Innovation Mentality, Disrupts the Status Quo to Reinvent the Way America Leads

Value diversity and inclusion, embrace differences and create alignment, maximize potential and achieve significance... These are the things organizations say they must do to innovate, attract top talent, and compete in America’s uncertain, multigenerational, multicultural marketplaces. But most organizations have ...

Dr. Virginia LeBlanc Author of “Love the Skin YOU'RE In” Celebrates Participation in Trump Inauguration Women's Protest March

There's no doubt at all there are radical changes happening in America and that many people are not going to remain silent about them. The recent Women's Protest March in Washington DC at President Trump's Inauguration was a clear sign ...

“Organized Enough” by Amanda Sullivan

You know exactly where Monday’s report is.

North Texas Teen Book Festival in Irving

The North Texas Teen Book Festival (NTTBF) comes to the Irving Convention Center on Saturday March 4th, 9 – 5 p.m. The free one-day festival promotes reading and celebrates both middle grade and young adult literature. It is hosted by ...

"Never Caught” by Erica Armstrong Dunbar

Some days, it feels like that’s all you do. Run the kids to school, dash to work, rush with errands, and run yourself ragged before bed. You’re always on the go, always moving, and in the new book “Never Caught” ...

Chelsea Clinton Announces April Book Tour

The first daughter announced Tuesday an eight-stop book tour for her book, "It's Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired & Get Going."

BOOKS: “Never Caught” Tells Story of Ona Judge, Enslaved Woman who Escaped and Defied President Washington

The costumed characters at George Washington’s gracious estate here are used to handling all manner of awkward queries, whether about 18th-century privies or the first president’s teeth. So when a visitor recently asked an African-American re-enactor in a full skirt ...

“Tears We Cannot Stop: A Sermon to White America” by Michael Eric Dyson

I know what you’re thinking. You’ve said that before, to a furrowed brow, a mischievous smile, a child who’s about to do something sneaky. You can see it in the eyes, the body language, the tone of voice, and you ...

“The Blood of Emmett Till” by Timothy B. Tyson

You really can’t remember. For sure, something important happened years ago, something you should recall very easily, but time’s made things fuzzy. Have you forgotten or, worse yet, have you just remembered everything wrong? Usually, you suppose, it wouldn’t matter ...

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